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Old 10-01-2018, 11:44 AM   #105
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Originally Posted by Hillcountry View Post
No finger pointing or blame...just stark, reality.
I agree on having no affiliation with any “party” side is as bad as the other in most cases.
You must admit, however, the levels of opposition, resistance and violence is tipped toward “one party” in particular...
I don't agree - I think both parties are equally to blame. Should the Whitewater investigation have gone off the rails as it did? No. Should the Russian investigation? No. Should Garland have been denied a hearing let alone a vote? No. Should Kavanaugh's process been dragged into the sewer? No. Should the ACA have been passed with no Republican votes? No. Should the recent tax bill been passed with no Democratic support? No. Each side claims to be taking the high road but IMHO both continue to sink to new lows.
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